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Curb Your Suicide Attempts
46
Episode 46
Vital statistics
Release date March 26, 2010
Hosted by Scott Aukerman
Guests Paul F. Tompkins
Andy Daly
Jeff Garlin
Ben Stiller
Characters Ice-T
Ben Alterman
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"Curb Your Suicide Attempts" is episode 46 of Comedy Bang! Bang! (then Comedy Death-Ray Radio). Hosted by Scott Aukerman, it stars guests Ben StillerJeff GarlinBen Alterman (Andy Daly), and Ice-T (Paul F. Tompkins). "Curb Your Suicide Attempts" was released on March 26, 2010. Official Earwolf page

Earwolf SynopsisEdit

Isn’t it great in life when you get unexpected surprises? Like the surprise of a 2-hour episode, or the surprise of Hasty Pudding Theatrical’s Man of the Year Ben Stiller? How about of Jeff Garlin from TV’s Shorty McShorts Shorts? What would you say if rapper-turned-actor Ice T showed up? And how sweet would it be if Scott let an older gentleman whose dying wish is to do stand-up on the show? All of these things happen.

List of Recurring JokesEdit

  • Thank You, Reggie Watts: Scott thanks Reggie for stopping by to perform the theme song.
  • Titular: Scott mentions his love of the word titular.
  • MC: Scott claims Master of Ceremonies Hammer first used MC.
  • How Much Do You Make?: Scott asks Ben Stiller how much he makes.

MusicEdit

​TriviaEdit

This episode is two seperate interviews one featuring Ben Stiller and Ice-T and the other featuring Jeff Garlin and Ben Alterman.

Scott develops a new character named Peter Hornswoggle III

Scott mentions a Comedy Death-Ray live show at SXSW which had problems with the recording and was not released so it will remain a lost episode.

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